The Oriental Rug Repair Company

Rug Underlay

Oriental carpets and rugs were made to cover floor spaces and provide warmth and comfort under foot. However, they can slide around and provide a potential trip hazard for their owners. Being handmade, they can occasionally change shape over time too, depending on where the they are placed and the concentration of footfall.

Slipping, creeping and shape change can all be eliminated by using a high quality, professional grade underlay. We encourage clients to use underlay after cleaning and repair to protect your reinvigorated carpet or rug. Dust and dirt can become lodged deep into the foundation of the rug, and footfall with no underlay can have an abrasive effect – wearing down the rug at much faster rate than without.

At the Oriental Rug Repair Company we measure, cut and install various qualities of underlays and underfelts for all Oriental and Persian carpet, rugs and runners. Please ask get in touch for free advice and to ask a member of the team for more information.

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    We cover the whole of theĀ UK

    LONDON

    Blackwell House, Guildhall Yard
    London EC2V 5AE

    EDINBURGH

    28 Rutland Square
    Edinburgh EH1 2BW

    BATTERSEA

    Unit 7, 2 Linford Street
    London SW8 4AB

    NORTH LONDON

    8 Oxgate Lane
    London NW2 7JN

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    enquiries@orrc.co.uk

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